Intensive work is being done to rid a school of bedbug infestations after a four-year ‘ordeal’, the First Minister has said.
GP funding should be boosted to make up 11% of the Scottish NHS budget, the Scottish Greens have said.
The number of schools where pupils are taking an average of six subjects or fewer in S4 has increased by more than 250% since education reforms in the Curriculum for Excellence were introduced, the Tories have claimed.
The dualling of the A9 and A69 will go ahead despite the climate emergency as the roads have “very serious and alarming safety records”, the Deputy First Minister has said.
Labour has demanded the Scottish Government “think about its moral responsibility” and take action to tackle poverty.
Richard Leonard has urged the First Minister to nationalise the closure-threatened Caledonian railway works “to save a national asset”.
Nicola Sturgeon has condemned an attack on a councillor whose car was set on fire outside his family home.
Nicola Sturgeon has accused Ruth Davidson of transforming into an “arch-Brexiteer” as the Scottish Conservative leader is “cosying up to Boris Johnson”.
A woman whose uncle took his own life after being sent home by health workers despite three suicide attempts in four days has criticised an inquiry into the services provided.
Nicola Sturgeon faced criticism over cuts to funding for new projects to fight climate change, despite having declared a “climate emergency”.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned Scotland is facing a drugs “emergency”, as she called again for powers to deal with the problem to be devolved to Holyrood.
Nicola Sturgeon has hit back at claims her “incompetent” SNP Government is handing powers back to Westminster.
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to back Labour’s plans to cap private rent increases.
Politicians from all parties must “up their game” to help support young people who do not attend university, Ruth Davidson has said.
Plans to cut aviation tax will be re-evaluated, it has been revealed, as Nicola Sturgeon faced pressure on the issue at First Minister’s Questions.
Nicola Sturgeon has condemned the “reprehensible” security leak from the National Security Council as she accused Gavin Williamson of behaving for his “own selfish political ends”.
Details of a complaint made about a Conservative MSP were leaked to the media while Holyrood’s Standards Committee was still investigating the incident, its convener has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has been challenged to abandon plans to cut a flight tax and instead “tackle a million tonnes of waste” from Scotland that could be dumped in England.
A pregnant woman took ill and two people fainted on overcrowded ScotRail services, MSPs have heard.
Nicola Sturgeon has described a rise in child poverty as “deeply regrettable” as she defended her government’s record on the issue.